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Dronefly specializes in cost-effective thermal drone solutions for many different industries. We have worked with hundreds of municipalities, state, and federal agencies; and understand their unique procurement processes. We understand your missions, use cases, operational budgets, and support needs.
We understand that deciding which commercial drone solution is right for your organization isn't as simple as just picking one from a hat. That's why we want to give you the tools to help you make an informed decision. Check our understanding thermal drones blog and info below to learn more about our entire line of thermal drone solutions, and if you still need some guidance, our experts are available to compare options M-F 7AM - 5PM PST
The Zenmuse XT2 is the first fully integrated EO/IR (optical and thermal) camera and gimbal unit available on the drone market. No more worrying about third party gimbals and extra wires – the XT2 is fast, clean, and easy. In addition, it has a ton of features to make thermal imaging easier and more intuitive than ever before.
Aerial Vision Africa shows us a quick breakdown of how solar panel inspection with a thermal drone works. They show very clearly what undamaged panels look like and then jump to what a panel looks like when it has a damaged photovoltaic cell. The difference is very easy to spot, and a technician can be directed to that specific cell for repairs later. This whole process of inspection is much faster than than individual ground-level inspection, and much easier as well.
There are many ways thermal imagery can help enhance our lives. From assisting First Responders in search and rescue missions to roof inspection (to find heating or cooling issues or moisture spots), thermal imaging is changing the way we see the world around us. The recent boom in the drone industry and the addition of thermal imaging to drones has made that change even greater. Now there are almost no limits to what can be explored with thermal cameras.
Police and Fire Departments are some of the largest adopters of thermal drone technology. Law Enforcement can use drones for many things, but thermal imagery is particularly useful when tracking subjects at night or searching for a suspect in almost any situation. Fire Departments can use thermal drones to monitor fires through dense smoke, thereby improving hose efficiency and ensuring all people are rescued from the flames.
Search and Rescue is among the industries most heavily affected by the use of drones. Search times can be significantly reduced while limiting potential risk to the party being rescued as well as rescuers with the use of drone technology. Thermal imaging is a major tool for search and rescue. Body heat naturally makes humans stand out from plant life, making them easy to spot very quickly. Most thermal cameras also have the option to change the color palette for a wide variety of options to make sure you can see exactly what you’re looking for, making it an extremely useful tool in any Search and Rescue organization.
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